You may start by placing your foliage that you will use in a water vase. You have to make sure that you keep it around the lips or edges. Stick with the plan to place them the lips or edges of your water vase with a layer of your Foliage. When it is too big or too thick, it ends up detracting from your cut flowers. And if it is small or too thin, visual contrast will not show.
Locally_grown flowers currently in season will generally prove to be the most cost effective for you. If you have your eye on some rare flower only available for a few weeks each year from the Mediterranean, you will pay considerably more than those farm_fresh roses or daisies. With that in mind, there are several flowers that are always in season and a fabulous bet for the floral bargain hunter. These include roses, daisies and carnations. While these may seem a bit "mainstream" for your tastes, you may be surprised when you start investigating the design and color possibilities that will turn these flowers from common to chic. For instance, a tightly_packed, single_color carnation centerpiece makes a striking and elegant statement for your cocktail or dinner party. Or, choose some boldly_colored roses and cut the stems short to place in a bud vase to add style and grace to your tables.